We talked to UQ Art History students and Art Museum volunteers Alice-Anne Psaltis and Nicholas Smith about their experience and perspective in the Public Program department of UQ Art Museum.
With a career spanning forty years, Bill Henson is one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists and best-known photographers. Born in Melbourne in 1955, he had his first solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1975 when he was only 19. Since then, he has held over 80 solo exhibitions within Australia and overseas.
For Professor Ross Barnard, Director of UQ’s Biotechnology Program, art has been a lifelong interest. We chatted to him about his recollections of UQ Art Museum over the years and why he and his wife Bing have joined the Art Museum’s community of donors.